- July 15, 2021
It wasn’t until 1972, during a United Nations conference in Stockholm, that the nations of the world formally announced what was already self-evident to most—human activity was detrimentally impacting the environment, and in turn, threatening our future prosperity. Nearly 50 years on, it seems that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
- School of Business Faculty Victoria Grady and and Mason Student Tyece Wilkins Working to Improve the Efficacy of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Efforts in WorkplaceJuly 21, 2021
Management Department faculty Victoria Grady and MBA Candidate Tyece Wilkins research paper that examines the role of psychological contracts and the way they can hinder organizational change.
- June 24, 2021
Using statistics, econometrics, and data mining techniques, School of Business faculty member Nirup Menon is hard at work trying to understand how unequal access to health care technology might be linked to unequal outcomes in health care.
- April 12, 2021
Yannis Bellos, associate professor for Information Systems and Operations Management, has been with George Mason University School of Business since 2012. His research interests sit at the intersection of sustainability and service operations, making him a perfect member of the Business for a Better World Center affiliate faculty team.